Would Training For Service Dog Be Tax Deductible?

A Reader Asks…

Hello my wife is deaf and partially blind we are forking out almost 5k on service training. Does anyone know or can reference anywhere I can find out if this be ? Also does anyone know if Hearing aides are tax deductible?

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Comments

    • Judy
    • August 3, 2009

    Yes in both cases, but only if you itemize, and only for the portion of the expense than exceeds 7.5% of your adjusted gross income.

    • Anthony C
    • August 3, 2009

    The dog I would not be sure as you need to ask a practicing accountant but I would suspect that may be a strong maybe, The hearing aid yes as this is a medical expense, I believe the dog would fall under this category as well, however there is a limitation on this deduction so again speak with a practicing professional. If you are paying that much in taxes it would be worth the consultation cost.

    • TaxGuru
    • August 3, 2009

    From the IRS website:
    “The cost of items such as false teeth, prescription eyeglasses or contact lenses, laser eye surgery, hearing aids, crutches, wheelchairs, and guide dogs for the blind or deaf are deductible medical expenses.”
    By extension, the cost of training should also be deductible.

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